Math Readiness Assessment Tools

Some basic principles about learning mathematics:

(1) Based on Einstein 's point of view about an individual may be intelligent by mean of referendum. That is 'no need to remember anything  or everything'.  This is evident for learners in 21st Century learning approach utilizing #internet, #cloud, app, software or other tools such multiplication table. Understanding basic principles is more important.

(2) Cognitive development is crucial for learning styles which require several teaching styles. For example, an individual may learn better with manipulative, visual prompt, accessibility by association ™, technological devices and more.


(3) Motivational factors including power for engagement, repetition, and retention are assessment for learning not just math; perhaps across the curriculum.



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